"Combine mountain biking and safari fun in this cycling tour of one of South Africa's most beautiful national parks."
Kruger National Park is a true marvel, with 2 million hectares of beautiful landscape and an unbeatable variety of wildlife, including Africa's 'Big Five' – the elephant, lion, rhino, leopard and buffalo. On this tour you'll be cycling across this stunning scenery, taking in the dazzling rivers and red-bush willows, thorn trees and other marvellous flora. You’ll go on game drives, mountain bike across sensational terrain and camp out on the shores of the peaceful Letaba River. If this sounds up your street, then look no further than this revelatory experience that will take you into the heart of South Africa at break-neck speeds!
We have a strong commitment to promoting action-fuelled adventures that are also environmentally friendly, priding themselves on their respect for Africa's nature. They use biodegradable products when camping in the wild and strive to protect and nurture local communities. Toerboer supports organisations including 'Qhubeka', a World Bicycle Relief program that is dedicated to advancing education, health and economic opportunities for Africans by utilising sustainable transport. This organisation provides locals with bikes, expanding their ability to travel and educate themselves with minimal impact on the environment. They also advise their customers on how best to be a environmentally responsible traveller and offset their flights, carbon emissions, with a donation through the organisation 'Atmosfair'.
Bushveld Terrace, Phalaborwa: Check in at the comfy Bushveld Terrace Guesthouse before meeting your guides for the day. Be sure to pack something warm, binoculars and a camera as you set off on a game drive, which takes you past an array of wonderful wildlife, including cheetahs and impalas! Next, it's on to the Letaba Rest Camp where you will enjoy a lavish dinner at a restaurant overlooking the Letaba River, before indulging in a hot drink around the camp-fire back at the guesthouse.
Malompeni Wild Campsite, Kruger National Park: Wake up and smell the coffee! Muffins and hot coffee are on the breakfast menu before you head out on an epic cycling adventure into the Kruger National Park. Meet your two armed guides at the Park: rest assured they'll keep you from the clutches of the 'Big 5' as you cycle a northerly route along the Malompeni River! If you don't spot all of the 'Big Five', you'll still get to take in rugged peaks, sprawling forests, pristine lakes, waterfalls and an abundance of beautiful wildlife! Then arrive at the campsite along the Letaba River, where you can relax in the forgiving shade. Feel free to cool down in the river itself before enjoying the sun-set and a hearty camp-side dinner!
Kruger National Park: Arise to the sound of birdsong and the enchanting sight of the Letaba River bank in the early morning light. Then invigorate yourself with some hot beverages before setting off at 5:15am for a testing but rewarding cycle! You'll be speeding along the Malompeni River and indulging in a tasty 'bush breakfast' there, before heading back towards Phalaborwa Gate where you should arrive at around 11am. Here you can take a rest and give your legs a nice, welcome rub down before reflecting on the magnitude of your glorious adventure in Kruger National Park!
- The rate shown is a 'from' price per person (based on two sharing)
- A single supplement will apply
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- Three meals per day
- Professional guides
- Entry fees
- Game drive and night drive
- Community fees
- Back-up vehicle to carry luggage
- Water to fill your personal water bottles
- Basic bicycle spares (bombs, pump, tyre repair kit, multi-tool, chain lube)
- Expenses of a personal nature (e.g. laundry)
- Transport to the start point
- Bicycle (can be rented for approx. £15 per day)
- Cycle equipment (including compulsory helmet)
- Any other services or activities not mentioned in inclusions - if in doubt, click 'Ask a Question' to speak to the operator!